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I sent another email this morning to the big wigs at Head Start. Once again there was no one in my daughter’s classroom at 7:30. Once again I had to wait, and once again I was late to work. I emailed the Head Start director, describing how since the dismissal of Spot, there hasn’t been a teacher who consistently shows up on time, and if this starts to negatively affect my job, they would be hearing from my employer (who totally supports me and has already offered to call and complain).
I told them they could fix this problem by returning him to his former position.
it is time for you to understand that (Spot)’s current employment status with Tri-County Head Start is no longer an option. He is not eligible for re-hire.
If the policies and procedures of our agency do not suit your family needs, you are certainly under no obligation to continue your child’s enrollment in one of our centers.
In other words, if you don’t like it, go f*** yourself.
I responded to the email of course. She told me that she couldn’t believe this is such a big issue since she had only heard complaints from one other person. If you would like to respectfully change that number, please email her at the following address:
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Maybe I’m on some kind of post-court success high, but I’m not giving up yet.